Festivals are an important part of getting your short film seen, and building your profile as a filmmaker. Mary de Ruyter explains how to choose the right ones and get as much limelight as possible shining on your short film.
The winning films were announced in style at the Auckland Opening Night and Awards Ceremony at The Civic. From a field of nearly 1000 entrants to 46 selected films to 8 award winners, these films are truly outstanding achievements in filmmaking.
We’re pleased to announce a few of the great shorts that will be making their premieres at the Show Me Shorts Film Festival this November. Click through to find out more and stay tuned for the full programme launch on October 20!
You’ve finished your awesome short film – the next step is to spread the word about it! Gina Dellabarca explains how a smart marketing/communications strategy will give your film its time in the spotlight.
Your last chance to enter your film for the 2015 festival is July 1- so enter today! Show Me Shorts screens at 20 locations throughout New Zealand each November, has a prize pool valued at over NZD $35,000, and gives the Best Film winner a shot at an Oscar®.
Lights, camera, action! In this article, Gina gives some insight on how to organise your crew to get the most out of your time in production. Knowing what to expect from each department and having everything you need on the day helps to ensure your shoot is both successful and enjoyable.